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Education 215 Chapter 6

Learning how to preform tasks of many kinds
To enhance paired-associate learning
Forming mental images to help remember associations
Information that a person perceives and pays attention to is transferred to the second component of the memory system
The occurrence of an important event fixes mainly visual and auditory memories
Process of maintaining an item in working memory by repetition
Coordinates movement and also plays an important role in thinking
Limited resource
Where information from the senses (except smell) goes
Part of the memory that keeps information for a long time
Learning material from speaking
Learning new information intensively until it is thoroughly learned
The tendency to learn the first items presented
Controls the release of hormones
Mentally arranged in networks of connected ideas or relationships
Thousands of tiny branches
The most important components of the nervous system
Presses the main points of the material